Born in Teheran in 1985. Studied law and political philosophy in Teheran, Hamburg, and Barcelona. First State examination in 2010, trainee lawyer with the Higher Regional Court in Hamburg, among others with stations with the Federal Constitutional Court (department of the president Prof Dr Andreas Voßkuhle) and with the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, second State examination in 2017. 2011‐2013 research assistant with the chair for public law and social law (Prof Dr Dagmar Felix), Hamburg University, and guest scientist at the Center for the Study of Europe, Boston University. 2016 doctorate degree in European and constitutional law with Prof Dr Armin Hatje, nominated for the German Thesis Award 2017.
Joined the firm in 2017.
Since 2016 lecturer at Hamburg University.
Acting as counsel for the German Federal Government before the Federal Constitution Court in constitutional complaints against data retention.
Acting as legal counsel for social welfare institutions in state‑aid actions before the European Court of Justice.
Acting as counsel for and providing legal advice to Mission Lifeline e. V. and Sea‑Watch e. V. on issues of national and international law relating to maritime rescue.
Advising the Federation of European National Collection Associations on the European General Data Protection Regulation.
Publications on European and constitutional law
German, English, Persian